Otherwise, the announcement has no other information regarding details for the Nintendo Switch's new paid online gameplay service, particularly availability worldwide.
Nintendo has announced its long-awaited Nintendo Switch Online service will launch next week on September 18th.
You'll be able to play Super Mario Bros. 3, Donkey Kong, Ice Climber, and The Legend of Zelda.
Behind Enemy Lines: Cardinals seek first win of 2018 against Rams
Arizona's next opponent won't be any easier when the team travels to Los Angeles to battle Todd Gurley and the Rams. Bergman's takeaways included the second-half offensive turnaround and the Rams' new lock-down corners.
Liberian President George Weah makes football comeback aged 51
Nigeria fielded a reasonably strong team, including Leicester's Wilfred Ndidi and fellow midfielder Peter Etebo, of Stoke City. Liberia President and former Ballon d'Or victor George Weah made a surprise return to global football at the age of 51.
Typhoon Mangkhut intensifies as it nears PHL, exit forecast is Sunday
The typhoon, which will be named "Ompong", has been predicted to be as strong as typhoon Jebi which devastated Japan last week. The Pearl River Delta region, which includes Hong Kong and Macau, is among the most densely populated in the world.
We still aren't going to be getting a Virtual Console, though the company will be adding 20 NES games to the console, along with the option to play them in co-op. That all changed today, as Nintendo finally gave Switch Online an actual release date.
Nintendo Switch Online pricing plans in Canada will start at $4.99 per month. Previously, playing online was free, but once Switch Online debuts, everyone will need to pay to play online. Not a bad price, considering PS Plus and Xbox Live Gold both cost about $60 a year, though by all accounts you won't get as much with a Switch Online subscription.